Felissa Rose has endeared herself to horror fans for nearly 40 years. The New York-born star was just 13 when she got her first role as a shy teen, turned killer in the now iconic Sleepaway Camp (1983). That role, as well as the film’s infamous ending (no spoilers), has stayed with her, launching a career in horror that has garnered nearly 120 roles on IMDb as well as recurring role as “Mangled Dick Expert” on Shudder’s The Last Drive In starring Joe Bob Briggs. Rose makes countless appearances at horror conventions throughout the country, and speaking from experience, there is no one more genuine and pleasant with guests. It was my pleasure to speak with her via telephone last week to discuss her career, current films, and the uncertainty of life in a true horror landscape.
Victor Crowley Blu-ray | DVD | Digital
Director: Adam Green
Screenwriter: Adam Green
Cast: Kane Hodder, Parry Shen, Felissa Rose, Laura Ortiz, Dave Sheridan, Krystal Joy Brown, Brian Quinn, Chase Williamson
Distributor: ArieScope Pictures
Rated PG-13 | 83 Minutes
Release Date: February 6th, 2018
Adam Green‘s Hatchet series was thought over, the trilogy completed in 2013. Last summer, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the series Green surprised fans with Victor Crowley, the 4th film in the franchise once again starring horror icon Kane Hodder as the titular monster and Parry Shen as the unlikely hero. The film was released on Blu-Ray/DVD and VOD this week and if you are a fan of this franchise, you will not be disappointed. Victor Crowley retains all the tenets of classic Hatchet; amazing practical effects, spectacular guts and gore kills, and a tongue in cheek sense of humor, with tons of in jokes and references for gorehounds and horror geeks to scream about.
Older horror fans may not know who Adam Green is, but for the better part of the last decade the filmmaker has written and directed some of the very best in slasher horror. Known primarily for his Hatchet series, Green also directed Frozen (2010″¦ not that one), Digging Up The Marrow (2014), and the TV series Holliston on FearNet. In 2006, Green wrote and directed Hatchet, a throwback to ’80s-style guts and gore slashers, starring everyone’s favorite Jason, Kane Hodder as the gigantic unstoppable monster, Victor Crowley. Not only did Green get a horror legend to play his lead villain, but icons Robert Englund (Freddy) and Tony Todd (Candyman) also appeaed. With the sequels, more and more horror legends showed up and soon Green amassed an army of Hatchet fans, both in and out of the industry. This week, the fourth film in the franchise, Victor Crowley, debuts on Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray, DVD, Digital, and VOD. I was able to get some time earlier this week to speak with Green about the film as well as its place in horror history…
Back in the Summer, rumors began swirling that Adam Green had secretly made a fourth Hatchet film, named Victor Crowley which was having surprise screenings. Now as the film is set to debut on February 6th on Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray, DVD, Digital, and VOD, the full trailer is out! Watch it here below.
Back in August we saw a teaser trailer for the fourth installment of the slasher franchise Hatchet, which is titled Victor Crowley, named for the disfigured protagonist of the movies who wreaks bloody havoc on those who venture too near to where he resides in the swamps of Louisiana.
Now Dark Sky Films has released an official trailer for Victor Crowley. Click on over to the other side for more on the movie and to check out the new trailer and a poster.